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We've all seen them. The people who walk to the beat of a different drummer. We've shook our heads and wondered just what they were thinking and why they do what they are doing. We've puzzled over their behaviors, questioned them and in some cases asked them to stop an annoying behavior but they quickly fall right back into the same patterns. It's great when we can watch from afar and not have to deal with these unusual people or we can just close up shop and walk the other way, but unfortunately, these people are a part of our world and cannot be avoided.
These crazy people could be in our immediate families or at work. We encounter them at school and at the store, no matter where we go we cannot avoid their crazy behaviors, odd views and somewhat eccentric behaviors. In his book entitled How To Deal With Crazy People author James Wilcox examines in great detail the different types of crazy people that you may encounter in your life and how to deal with them if they cross your path. This list of crazy people includes the following:
- The Psychopath
- The Sociopath
- The Narcissist
- Bipolar disorder
- Multiple personality disorder
- Post-traumatic stress disorder
- Avoidant personality disorder
- Borderline personality disorder
- Schizotypal personality disorder
- Passive aggressive behavior
- Mild autism
- Obsessive compulsive disorder
- Eating disorders
- And many other disturbances!
The people who suffer from:
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Good but not what I was looking for
I think I was looking for a more detailed account on how to best deal with crazy people not a quick break down
3 people found this helpful
- Eileen Kersha
Just the Basics
it sounded like a textbook for high school students. The narration was robotic and also very sparse as far as information although good for a beginner. also there was some information that I do not believe was 100% accurate.
- Jack Frasier
excellent info on mental disorders
this was a really good audio book on mental disorders showed a lot of different ones and how to deal with them
- Vickie Maywald
Not good advice or peer reviewed information. Could lead some astray... can't recommend at all.